This volume provides insights into the environmental practices of five industry sectors: materials processing, manufacturing, electric utilities, and pulp and paper. The ecology of industry is presented in terms of systems of production and consumption, taking into account the flows of material, energy, capital, and information. The book examines ways to improve the environmental performance of these industries (and others, such as the service sector) and shows how decisions made by industry managers can leverage systemic environmental improvements elsewhere in the economy.
Table of Contents
|Overview and Perspectives||1-12|
|The Extractive Industries||13-26|
|Primary Materials Processing||27-44|
|The Electric Utility Industry||72-100|
|The Pulp and Paper Industry||101-141|
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